The Ploughman's Lunch, served with hearty chunks of bread, onion and cheese has been documented as a midday meal as far back as the 1300's.
Guzzled down with a hearty glass of ale, cider or wine, few things can beat a simple platter of cold fayre, served on a summer's day.
The Blake & Bullgents were very pleased with my photo choice today, who can refuse a dollop of chutney on a smooth blue cheese!
Our wood serving boarddoubles up as a robust chopping board that can withstand heat of up to 176℃!
The insert can be flung in the dishwasher afterwards, and the wood? Just a wipe down.
I will be tucking into a Plougman's this weekend, I may even leave the confines of the garden, wrap my board, and picnic by a river! What are you up to?